Temporary Protected Status for Ukrainian Refugees | A Conversation with Nevada’s Lieutenant Governor | The Inclusivity Project
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A refugee fleeing the conflict from neighbouring Ukraine holds a baby as they sit in a bus at the Romanian-Ukrainian border, in Siret, Romania, Monday, March 7, 2022.
AP Photo/Andreea Alexandru
A California immigration attorney explains “temporary status” for Ukrainian refugees and the latest on the crisis. A conversation with Nevada’s newly appointed Lieutenant Governor. The President of the California Black Chamber of Commerce explains how the Inclusivity Project will help struggling small businesses.
- Immigration Attorney Alex Tovarian joins us with the latest on the international refugee crisis, as well as the largest Ukrainian fund here in Sacramento. He explains what “temporary status” means as over a million Ukrainians flee their homeland in search of safety.
- Nevada Lieutenant Governor Lisa Cano Burkhead shares her story of a first-generation American with a 25-year career in education recently appointed to the state’s second-highest office. She also addresses the challenges Nevada faces in improving its K-12 public education system as well as hiring and retaining educators.
- President and CEO of the California Black Chamber of Commerce, Jay King, explains the struggles of starting a small business and how the Inclusivity Project can help.